11 Zara Outfit Ideas to Copy Whenever Your Clothes Bore You
You don’t have to be a Zara expert or a superfan to reap all the benefits of visiting the retailer’s site. In fact, we’ll even argue that you don’t necessarily have to spend a penny at Zara in order to find the store helpful. Simply put: A favourite pastime of ours is scouring outfit inspiration from all sources across the internet—Zara’s e-commerce listings not excluded.
While we may be tempted to toss a neon turtleneck or adorable rain hat into our shopping cart, the biggest takeaway of sifting through Zara’s latest arrivals online are outfit ideas that can be re-created with or without the brand’s products.
Not sure what we mean? The 11 creative, Zara-approved outfits below look thoughtful and are as easy to piece together as jeans and a T-shirt. Feel free to shop any key pieces to style them yourself, or take the $0 approach and put this outfit inspiration to use with whatever you already own.
What's better than one animal print? Two—or, if you dare, maybe even three.
Play peekaboo with a neon turtleneck, especially when worn with neutral colours.
A laid-back track-pants-and-hoodie combination can feel a bit sluggish, but not when paired with a sleek, minimal strappy sandal.
Button that cardigan all the way up and wear it as a pullover sweater. It's a clever way to approach minimal style.
Skip the light knits and instead wear a heavier-weight shirt–or even a light jacket—under a pair of overalls.
You should wear all these trends (leopard, corduroy, patent) together, according to Zara, especially when all the pieces fall into the same colour family.
Pencil skirts might be made for blazers and Oxford shirts, but we like the look paired with this throwback graphic tee even more.
How do you tie together an oversize sweater and an extra-roomy pair of jeans? One big-buckled belt will do the trick.
For when the coat you wear day after day after day starts to feel predictable, Zara offers this somewhat transformative oversize scarf trick.
Embrace the clash of autumn textures and pair plaid with knits (with velvet, with satin, etc.).
Keep button-downs unfastened and layered for a more interesting approach to styling than simply wearing one completely buttoned up.